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a KINNEY, Po'B ajtd Por. J ANSE, . ... ; MICHIGAN NEWS OF THE WEEK. v . latest Intelligence From All " Farts of the World. A child of k.l rums, of ror --miaui,' Kan., was burned to death In Hi father AIOIIS0. Tbo daughter of O. Ilockeatra, of Holland, Mien., wm killed by the car. Fred linker wa sentenced to six year Id the poiil outiary at Lyon, low, for robbing 'und besting su old furuior named George Malum. Henry Lyon, of Hlllsdalo, Mich., wu fa lsi y.yorcd by a viclou bull. - George Martohall, of Hock Island, 111 was fatuity shot wbtlo bunting. Tli r masked men bound mid gagged v imam Jobimon, Junlior and night watch nun of the igwuiti Theater, Ban Fran Cisco, and then proceeded to open tbe safe witu tool., 1 boy worked an hour and a half before they succeeded In owning It. They took f 1,000 cash, several watches, and tomostago Jewelry valued at f 1,000. A dynuinlto bomb wa found In front of the cusbier'a desk at tbo Union i Depot, Kansa City. Tbe bomb wa composed of dyuiiinlto wrapped up In greasy cardboard, lis explosion would bare killed hundred of eople. It was discovered bjBaugiigc ni nn Omar, who sank It In the mar. No one can explain bow or wby tbo dynamite Wua placed In tbe depot. , An electric street-car at a railroad cross tittf In Wichita. Kan., wan (truck by a train, knocked forty feet, and nlmoitt completely demolished. Motornian Iliiuloti Jumped and escaped with slight Injuries. There wero but two passengers, Sirs. John Boot and Samuel llolton, wlio are thoti.-ht to bo fatal ly Injured. Tbo accident U said to bo IJie fault of tlio motormau. Mr. Frnnk Nccly fell dead on tne street at Waterloo. la. - In the United Slatea court at Dubuquo, la., N. 31. Pago, )ONtmaater at Fort Dodge, la., pleaded guilty to tbe charge of defalea Men. Hit accounta aro $700 abort. Mattle Jllddluton of Flint, Mleh., Imi se cured a verdlut of 8I.8H) against Samuel Brown for broach of inoijW(vv.U(ir. piJlsv, siuruuum uuauiier, a weu-Known stock man of Barnes, Kas, comiultted aukido by taking liiudauuin. ThecoiitlnontalTubo Works, in Pittsburg. Pu., were damaged by lire to tbo extent of 25,000. The Phonlx Hotel at Holland, .Mich., a largo three-story frame, wa b:idly damaged by tiro. A move li under way to establish an Im mense mi gar-beet factory at Pierre, 8. !.,' land having been already aecured for the purpoio. Tbe faatory Milt BQt 100,000. A stock train on tbo Miaaourl I'u'.'IHu ws wrecked at Omaha. K'glit cnri of enttlo Were smashed. Drake..Uii Oshorn was fa tally and Firomnn Wilson badly hurt. Fred C. Cooke, operator at Norther I'a cltio Junction, 31 Inn., baa bean sentenced to prison for stealing t J,000 worth of ticket front tb.U'oinpauy, , Sylvester Sylmtoisen and Sain SIcGce, two farmer, were killed by a Northern Pa clllc online at a crossing In Crookston, Minn. They were driving home and both were lying In tbe bottom of tbo wagon, drunk. Aaron Oakley, 60 year of age, waa fouud dead In bed at Lockport, N. Y., having becu suffocated by coal ga. Jainea Ii. Itiley, a trainer, ahot and in ttantly killed lien Slaughter, a negro, at tbe Atbland 1'uck farm, noar Lexington, Ky. A tone ehost baa been unearlhod on tbo farm of Jluhlon Funk, near Bangor, 3llch., containing fl in Englinb and United Statea coin bearing date bctweon 17&) and 130. Krncst Kcttler, of New York, asod 83, bot hla wife in tbe arm and tbon bhiuclf in the left temples dyitli Inntantly. Tbe vroman'atti)ury (a not dancroua. Tbo p:iaeni-by at a crowded corner In Chicago were borri lied by aceing a man audilenlv drop dead to tbo pavement. AY II. Jlani ltobei tou la uppocd to bo the mau'a name. ' . Hlapatcbc from India lay that wbtlo a battalion win on the march in the thin bllla acveral of tlio men wero atrlckeii wltu cholera.' Thirty men, out of n lot.il of alxty attacked, auccumbed to the dlxoa-c. Tbo battalion ul)o)uently - broke camp and proceeded to Itagoon. Hur'ing tlio inureli many more aoldiera were altacked-by cboleru. Col. Herbert, C. It.; of tbo llt itlHh Army, baa been appointed to thu couiiiiiind of the Canadian nulitlu to aueoeed (Jen. Mlddleton. It. I). AVbithcck, a wealthy dairyman, waa klllod by tbe cure at Kalamazoo, Alich. Robert A. Smith and J. A. mltb hare bad troublo over a piece of land at Lin wood, Mich. Tbo iiarrol was renewal when Hobert liot hi brother with a gun, tlx bullet entering bla body, killing him in atantly. There li tnucb excitement at Lin wood, and talk of lynchlnir. but quiet wai restored by the aberiff. The prlaoner la in Jail at Day City. I. Mclennan, a miner In tbe Alberta coal pit at Lethbrldgo, N. . T., Wna been 1mprloned for twenty-four boura In the mine through a rave-in. A small bole baa been drilled through fourteen' feet of coal and the man l yet alive. Minora aro work lug desperately to aav their comrade'a life. Mamie Starr, who poixoued a family in Chicago ten uioutba ago, waa aeutenced to prlaon for life. Ham LorclU a Kana City nursery attent, leftaMuikogce, (la.), hotel a week ago In company with a manger, and baa not been beard from iluce. Ho bad collected a larm amount of money. A pocket-book and pri vate papera belonging to him wero now found in an alley lu Cbecotah. Xtrof, Morabueh & Co., of Cincinnati, eauked tbe arrml of W. U. Cleveland, one of tbe clerk. He bad from time to tlmo em bozxiod nione), in all bctweeii f4,00t) and t000. Heeonfeitaed to part of tbe theft. He'i'luline be u related to' ex-lrtldeiit Cleveland. ; 't , - - ' : ' ; ; ' . ,' ' The Jewelry etabllhment of J. C. Wood lief, at Waxaliachlo, lex., wa entered by burslara who Kecured from 1 2,000 to 1. 000 worth of Jewelry. Tbe Mfea were blown open. '.' ' v 1 r ' ' ' An attempt baa Jut been made lo aail- nate Col. Carrawoaa, tbo governor of tbo htata of Chlapa, Mexico, at Pan Chritobnl. Tbe governor, InaUad of being killed h! ill icit, ahot tbe would-ba amanln. A certificate of death for I. N. Murphy baa baen tiled at the board of health office at Kanaa City, and tlio cuo aailKuad waa glandera. Tbe dieaa waa contracted from a borao wbtcb died few daya ago. Tbe dfneaee U much more fatal and contagloue than tmall-pox. I A acbooner wblcb drifted abore at Tom U t Forka, Nova Scotia, waa the W. K. Lloyd of Look port. . . All bauda werq drownel, , - , : Joe Cnburn, the ex-prlxe-tlgbter, died at bl rldence In New York of baity con auiupiion. E, C. hnider, a newipajer man of Omaha wa terribly beaten by footpad. Swan dotation, a young Swede who bat been ahoveling gravel for 91.10 a day near Cherokee, la, baa been in informed Into a millionaire. A Utunt relative died In l'enii") Ivutila, leaving blra an etato valued at 3,ooo,ooo. A dlapatch a received at San Francico atating that tbe acbooner Ida Florence wont ailioro at IvFrou'a landing, Dec. 2, and I it total lo. Tbe craw of four men put to ca in a small boat, but baa not since lcen seen. Daniel Stewart, who lost an arm by fall ing under a car of the Sixth Avcnuo rail road company In New York, baa beeu awarded $35,000 damage. Dr. II. L. H eo in wai killed near Carthage Mo,, by a full from hi buggy. The Anaconda company at Helena. MontM baa hut down four mines, throwing l,0(X men out of employment. Benjamin Homer waaarroxtcd at Abilene, Ku"., for defraudluj the State by removing beatUtone from old oldler' grave and then collecting from tlio Stale for pulling up now one, u accordance Willi Governmental pro vision., Ho made a regular biulnc of Mil desecration. o Tbo International roundup of oattlo In tbo Cberokeo trip wa tlnikbed. Tbe startling discovery wa made that over 2,000 head bad beeu stolen and driven to tbo Southwet. The Arkaima City company la the heaviest loner. 700 liend having been cut out of tbo herd by tbe tbievca. Jamc llelferty, William McGowan, and Michael Newllno wero Instantly killed by being run down by a train on tbe Heading railroad near Philadelphia. At Fort Worth, Tex., hen Afablcy cut the throat of Lizzie Ford aud then bla own. Emma l'lltzenmyer, 22 year old, wa found dead in her room at Chester, I'a., with her throat alittcd with a cbeescknlfo. It I probably a suicide, though some bj liuve it U a murder. ' The Converse Manufacturing company's furniture tlnl'tiing room at New ay no. .Mich., and contents wore entlroly destroyed by lire; loss about 923,030. Forty men are thrown out of employment. Mayor Braiibum, of Litchfield, Mum., (hot bimiclt while lu a delirium. Ho died during t. o uigbt. Fie.whl4ii)roko out In Maifinii'j. cracker. Uftitrf th'ltl'slftiig; I'awa not o.ytlj) gulxbed' lintir four lartte buslne Mlilock bad bcou cotiMimod. lha building lie stroyod were brick, seven tor let high. Tbo total lo Is put at g.100,000. Tho concentrating work at Ilumboidt, 3lich.,und a dwelling adjoining were burned, loss, fin,000.; Luckily much of the ma chinery was on tbe road to Spurr Aiountulu, Mich. 'I he works were owned by hJioii, tbe electrician. Four men, two on a aide, met on the high way near Malvern, Ark., and fought with knives. Ouo of the men, named Gill inn, wa cut terlously across the neck, autl bo will ',!!". TTC 0,,l"ri Tom Hammond and bis so.:, are badly cut. Tho annual pension appropriation bill W panned by tbe House after a lively de ba'.o. The engine of tho Western express on the Grand Trunk ran off a awiteb Into tho river at Montreal and the engineer waa drowned. Mrs. Laura Clermont, a woman possess ing property worth thousand of dollars, Is lying klltuto In one of her bouses In Kal amazoo, 3Iich., and dependent on nelKbbdr for tbo food she eats. She has become de mented, and the authorities are about to take step to ear tor bcr. A freight 'rain on tbe West Jersey rail- road ran into an open twitch near Caimlcn, X. J., and Conductor Samuel Leap was iva ' killed and eight care were wrecked. 1 ho accident waa caused by a sleepy night tower man turning tbe wrong switch, and he nar rowly escaped lynching by tbo excited people. By an explosion of a tank In a chemical works in the eastern part of Cincinnati, three men were fatally Injured and two slightly. The fatally Injured are: Lout Scblus; John Fruity, James tunt; tnoso slightly injured aro John Weckcr and Sid ney Cioyer. J. C. Gilb, DUtrict Attorney for tno Fourteenth Louisiana Judicial lUitrlct, was accldcntlatly shot and killed by a com panion near New Orleans wbtlo bunting. f-cvera! business bouses in Itrookville, Ky.. were destroyed by lire. The fire started in the Central Hotel and that, with tbe neighboring store, tbo Hank of Itrook ville and three dwellings we to burned. Tbe town has no tire apparatus. The round-house of tlio Cnleugo and est Michigan railroad at Holland, Jllcb., witii even locomotive, waa uesiroyeu uy uru. Los estimated 8 A000. Ollicer Adamsoii lu attempting to arrest a nemo desperado, Carter ltry'int, in North Luilo Uock, Ark., found It iiecesury lo kill tbo negro lu self-defense. August Schultz and William Smith were arrested In Chicago with about $:!0t), tlio proceed of burglaries In their possession. In all, SchiilU admire that' they succeeded In getting ubo'tt 92,000 worth of Jewelry and clothinir from several residences, tbo most of which they disposed of in varioti part of the oily. John Archibald, an old man who lived in Hull. OnU, was burned to death in bis vot taicc. Jlr. J. A. West, a resident of Savannah, Ga., was killed by bla brother, Hugh West, at llolton. 31 Is. A tire destroyed the Georgia railroad of Dees and fielffbt depot and partially burned tho Union Passenger station at Augusta, Ga. Tbe total loss la about 7.000. The large hub and spoke factory, located at Anna Station, O.,' wa burned. A lelu iti'mui waa received at Lima saying the whole town was. In d inger and asking for a tire engine, which wa aont by special train. Fred Crlcb, of Ypsilantl, Mich committed suicide In the preseiteo of hi wife and fam ily by taking a dose of poison. At Wllllamstown, Kyn,George Burgess, a saloonkeeper, shot and fatally wounded Mia Alice Mckinley and then barricaded himself In bis saloon. Officer broke down tlio door lUirgea resisted arrest and waa shot dead. ' A most disastrous tiro occurred at tbo Vlllace of Collinwood, O. , It started iu tbe rearof Ualph Shepard'a hardware store Tbo losjea foot up 9,28,000. An unknown man waa found dead rn i rail lu the Central Station at St. l'aul. 3Ir. and 31 rs. Hans Hanson, of Fast Fifth street. were declared poisoned, Iml not fatally. The man bad drunk beer lu a saloon, where a few minutes later Mr. Hsu sot, bad parchnted a can of beer, which waa drank by tbe family. Several weeks a'o Thad Few Ike mur dercd a clllr.en of Charloito county named Yanoov. He wa .srralrae for trial. and the case Dostnoned. While tbo aberiff wi returning with tbo prUoner to Jail a fore of men tatroajsU4 bin mi iynohd A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. A 5ICKCIIAST SHOT BY AN OPIATE, WHO-THIN KIMS HIS1SKI.F. Tliey Carried Home II rr Cri-Ilcelve4 u Ueulh blroka lit the l'ultlt OlUor Tlr(friu. Murder Hiilcldo. , S. L. Cage, a inercbaiit of Wellington, O., Waxshot th roll h the bead and killed by Davl.l Moke, the murderer blowing out bU own braina a uioiucnt later. Hoke wa sixty-five yeara of age. wa formerly a cai rm.-e builder aud bad accumulated von sblorabiu property. For a year or two be ba operated a delivery ytcni for tbe iner chautaot the town and omctliuc asisted bage In his tor, lo which lloko bad a key, occasionally opening tbo store when tbo proprietor wa laUi tu the morning. For soma time Sno bad mW-cd goody, and llually nurpecicd Hoke. II set a watch mid '-'obtained cvhlcnce which Satis lied . him that lloko wa deliver ing goods to n married woman, without clnirj;liii or paying for them, Hoke wa charged wiib tbi and finally confessed, agreeing to settle the mutter. Tbe settle liient was mado and Hoke wax to pay the money with tue uuderitaiiding that the mutter wat to bo bushed up. It leaked out, however, and hearing theroof Hoke became dcKpcrato, He gave hi wife tbe enmhlna lion to bl safe, took hi revolver, practiced at a mark for a while, and then went to Cage's store. After lomo angry words ho shot the merchant, and then, going into a back room, killed himself. A Sad Casualty. ;l o of tbo most ' dlntrpKSing calamities that ever befell Jollct (111.), occurred at tbe works of the Jollet Steel Company, re-ultlng in the death of nine moil and the wounding of nine other. The cauxo wa tbo giving way of tbe columns which support tbo bugu blast furnace known aa No. 2, and tbo con sequent collapsing of tbo i;rcat 200-ton re tort. Tho blast bud been blown ouU'and the men were at work on the iusido tuklna out the brick lining preparatory lo relinlug it when the accident occurred. There were eleven men engaged on the inside at tbe bottom and five or six on top. Wbeu the furnace fell with it iron coutlnj: It carried with it the blow-pipes and roof of th? casting shed and buried itself iu lb'! Curih. ' The new of tbe nculdcitt spread rapidly and thousand of men, women, uud children .rijfthed to tho tccuo of tbo disaster. Super . JnttutlriU. Ji'cttigrew wa leailhtg' the reicu MiiZ party by all the skillful means in bis power and there wete plenty of willing jjaiiil ready to aid In tbe work. Tbo killed are: Gus Loosa, eager; Ncl Larson, bottom tiller; John Peterson, rig ger; Han Fasmeck, top tiller; Thomas Swaiisou rlgiter; Frank Miller, bottom tiller; John I'mliistuJi", rigger; Augustus MuUutadi; two men, uuldentitied. .Tbe dangerously Injured arc: 1'atrlck Kllcullcn. leg taken oft above tho knee; is uot expected to live. Oscar Wcnberg, dangerous injuries to tbo head. Olav Johnson, leg broken and other Injuries. U. Lind, badly crubed. A iiirust Diremer. seriously injured. 1J. Sis mor, leg badly injured. A number severely j I'"t fatally Injured wero lukcu to their IIUIIICI. Carried Home a Corpse. 1 31 Is Lillian ItorJucr, a handsome young woman, lwcnt.vono yeara of age, died at Canton, O., under mysterious clrcuiii ttances. Her death was kept quiet, and a rlgwa secured by Dr. D. 1. Slaxwell and Detective I-aau Wulkup, who drove tbe girl to bcr home near Sandy vMI, Tttsera; wa County. A telegram hud been sent in advance, saying she bad been hurt In a run away and win being brought home. When they arrived tbe father, Aaron ltord per, a wealthy farmer, ' waa told hi daughter lt"'l !.?'! on the way, At the iot-mortcm it wua shown -ho had not met wl'h an accident but bad died from the ef fects of a criminal operation. Dr. Max well and Charles W. Schott, who bad been keeping company with her, wero arrested and held for trial. Detective Walkup ba left for parts unknown. Both Dr, Maxwell and Scholt havo confessed everything, ad mitting tbo operation was performed and claiming It wa done at tbe solicitation of tho girl and her uiolhor. The girl bad been dead srveral l""tr bofore they started on the midnight trip. Convict HuMler III Mexico Revolt. Tho bull-light at Juarez. 3Ioxloo, wero viewed by an Immense crowd. They were brutal and fierce in every re-pcet, and one home ridden "by a tighter was horned throe times, ripping tho left tore leg almost from thu body. The bull were vicious, and kept the crowd In a lever of excitement durini; tho afternoon. Tbo lust bull wa sabred and dragged from lbi arena deal. While the soldiers wero absent from tbo post at tending the fUht the convict soltliei re volted at tbe barracks, killing the sergeant of the guard, a corporal mid a private. 1 ho murderers, eighteen in number, broko from the barracks and escaped to thu mountains. They were followed by tbo soldiers, three overtaken and shot to deatii, and four capt ured and returned lo tbe post. 1'hey were ordered to be killed. K. I an Indian .Murderer. A special from O'Kanoaan county, Wash., announces the killimr of the Indian iniir drcr of FreiKbu-r Colo by Deputy Sheriff Ives, after a lint fusillade. Colo disap neared about six Weeks airn. leaving M team where he had ciivkiimmI for tho uiht, and although blood stains were found about the wsuoii I he body was never discovered. Su piciou at oiK-u fell upon an Indian wlra had been seen lurking in. lire neighborhood and who dlsani red immodiatcly after the crime. Suk then oJltecr buve "eeii search Intr for him nd ls lisiraied him. When thu latter aliemiited tt arrest him the In dian opened are .tvea llred live shots, 1 bo fourth wounded tliiMiiurtwri-r ani a squaw aud lie llflb killed the Indian. Twa Mwrdi-rs In Otil'K , Karly In mo morning lite dead 1ody of Join Watkina wa di-covered lylna near tbo track of tbe Xickel-l'lato railroad at liaitvburtc, Ov, Willi a bullet bolu in Ilia be.nl. llo waa last aecn at unldniubt with two men who wero stniniter tn tbo locality. AH three bad been drlnkin;. Georo Tun irrt, u farmer llvlmt near Ottawa, wa mur dered try Kdwanl lleaton. llcalon bud nerved a term In State's prison mid w a re cently reha-ed. Ho blamed Tuugot for teslifvliUT wifain-t blm. : lie WaaTiotBirtleS-rr-ior. In the Itosnle camp of Bid Dog on Wounded Knee Creek, 8. D.. live Jlrs. y.ne Horn". Thia squaw pretended to bo able lo perform miracle and said she could niiike tbo Indian bullet-proof and prevent tlicm from being harmed lu any other man ner. I'nrctiplno, a lead I nit Indian, offered himself a a subject ml which to prove her mysterious power. It was arranged that b should mount hi pony and fight against the entire baud. Mr. Kagle Horn "idessed" Porcupine, but while he was mounting bla puny bla revolver waa accidentally dls charged, Inflicting a stvera wound In bis leg. A panle ensued and Mra, Eaglo Horn wa denounced a an Impostor. , A Crep ttf Craaliea. Henry J. Strouao, of St. I'aul, mad an assignment to William Dunlap. Ill llabil Hie are about 975,000; assets about 900.000. J. U. Weber, dry goods merchant at Bur lington, Iowa, assigued. Aeta, 99,tKH; lia bilities, 93,000. . Harvey A. Woolward. dealer In piano, at I'ortland, 31 assigned. Liabilities 9W, coo. . . The 3Iodel Dry Goods company of Sprlnjc tlold, Mo., Weinberg A 1-cvy. proprietors baa assigned. Liabilities, 930,000; assets, 92!).000. It. Smith Si Sons, merchant tailor at San A ii ton io, Tex., mado an assignment. Lia bilities, 913,000; asset. 934.000. William. Ycrke & Co dry goods mer chants, ot rfiiludelphla, made an ai;nmeut to.'etbcr with the executors of the estate of Charles B. William, to Otto B. Tapping. Waterman & Con who did a larce fishery business in Twillingate, New Foundlaud, have failod for 9200,000. ' Tbe Cuba & Lraman consolidated clay work, located at Cuba, HI., mado an aigu ment, Henry Thlery being appointed as signee. The liabilities, 63,000; asset, 92-V 000. Tbe Bull & Grant Farm Implement Com pany, of San Francisco, hai tiled a petition in Insolvency. Tbe total liabilities are 973, 000: assets, 932,000. Tbo Western Knitting company, of De troit, Jllcb., tilled a chattel morta-nito for fcSO.OOO. 11 run to William C. Yawkey, of Detroit, and cover all of it personal pro perty in Detroit and it null in Itoboster, Mich. . William Fumell, proprietor of tho woolen null at Wilton, Me., failed. Liabilities, 970,000; assets. ga.yt'Oti. (lauibler Unardod by l-tectlves. ' Two constables bad a conflict with gam biers in Chicago and were forced to retreat, even though their pocket were tilled with warrants.. Georjto llankina would not sub mit to arrest and kept on doing business. Charles Armstrong, who says he la a trav eling man from New York, complains that several of tbe men employed by llaiikins threw blm down-stair and broko hi arm. Armstrong says bo went into the gambling bouse ot George Hankin and lost $ 1,000. Next night he went back und lost 923, which was all the money bo bad. Ho says when bl money wa itono 31 ike Duffy, a brother ot Lieut. Daniel Duffy, threw him headlong from tho top of tho aiairs, breaking hi arm. Armstrong swore out warrant, and Con stables Balerle and Gelslcr tried to servo iho warrants. For fully two years Arthur Wood, the l'inkerton detective, has guarded the front door of the Hanklns gambling-housu. The death of 31 r. Woods led a vacancy that as tilled by auotber detective. When tbe constables went to tbo gumbllng-houe they were met by tbe new detective and ordered out. Besides having the warrant for Duffy charging aasault, they had warrants against llaiikins, Komaule, and Wrigbtuian. Arm strong says be lost tbe money fairly enough, but ho object to being thrown down stair. At midnight a squad of officers raided tbo gambling-houie of Bryant and Johnson on Clark street. Ovt titty colored and wbito mcu wero arrested. : ' Almost m Conflagration. The most disastrous tire that ba oc curred in Vandalia, I1L, for year broke out iu the large three-story brick building at tbo corner ot 7th aud Gallatin street, owned by 31 rs S. I. .lackson, and occupied by T. B. Murray a a general merchandise store. Tbo flame were communicated to Murray's warehouse, and feed store, and to S. 31. Dickinson's cigar factory, consuming them completely. Dr. Bealie'a ottico and laboratory, Jumes Williams butcher-shop and D. C. Zimmerman' feed store were also urn"'', . i"Jr a time tho entire business portion of tbe wost end was threatened and undoubt ed iy would have been destroyed bad it not been for the heroic enoris ni mo nre depart ment, aide.l by the citizen. A atroug wind was 1 lowing from the south, carry fug spark and cinders several blocks.- Mrs. Jackson's loss on her building i H.000, Insurod for 92,300. T. B. 3Iurray'i lots I bctweeu 910,000 and 912,000, witb j0,'"1 insurance. J. 31. Whiteman's loss on the building occupied by Jumes V llliams as a butcher-shop la 91,000, on which there Is no insurance. Tho tire was undoubtedly Incendiary, having been tarted with a view of destroying the entire block of business louse. The police hayo Kept a close look out for upleiou-looklug character. A rnt-Vp J'. Many ot tlio rircmen at cnglno house 31, In Chicago, are bemoaning the los of their month' pay. While they wero answering an alarm of tiro thieve broke in and stole oveu watches and about 9700 lu money. Tbo firemen wero paid their monthly sal aries and several ot thorn bad I heir money in their dress uniforms. About n:43in tho morning an alarm of tiro was turned iu from California avenue and Jack son street, which I tlio limit of the com pany's district. Tho horses wero quickly bitched up and every one responded to tbe alarm, leaving tbo engine-house unguarded. They found that tlio alarm wa talso and returned to their headquarters where they found that the closet had been broken open and their clothing piled in confusion on tbe lloor. No money wu loft in any of tbo garments. Cant O'Donobne lost hla watch and 923 In money; Cornelius Haley lost his entire month's pay, 9120, and niswnicu; iiermau Harris foviud that be wa 923 nut and a tine waich; William Guttcry could not find that bo bad left tn hi pocket, and George 3IcAllhter and Ed Luml.ly looked lu vain for their watche. The firemen are sure that the robbery wa premeditated, and that there were at least three men concerned in the Job. One turned lu tbe false alarm, and while tbe engines wero answering It the other two ransacked tho house. Out a Ieath Htrnke In the 1'nlplt. While Breaching to a large congregation at the Eust 31illtoiie Beformed church! at New Brunswick, N. J., the pastor, tbe Bev. Dr. J. 1. Strong, said: "A man might ; fall a easy a a star from heaven." The next instant hi f.ico turned a-hy pale, he j clutched wildlv at the pulpit for support, 1 and then dropped on tho floor In a fit of apoplexy. Tho horrified congregation was spell-bound for a moment. Then the cooler one rushud to the prostrate pastor and ......1 hi... fH... ii, a fl,.nr IIa tvtia taken homo aud died next morning. He wa DO , years of agd. .... . .. , . T ne residence oi uiiri uemig, n. pium ... ...i.,i i.v i..,r,ri ami bis son William fatally wounded In an enaoun ' Landiug, on lazoo l.iver, 3 I., Dennis ter with them. The object of the burglar .Martin, In company with a lot of other undoubtedly was to secure tho money nrjrroev engaged in a game of crap near which old Oomlg Is reputed to keep about Mr. Aron' store. Adl-turbance was raised bi premise. William Ocmlg attacked among tbeni. and Mr. Aron went out to re them as soon aa they broke in the door. In . mon.lrate with tlicm. when .Martin pulled a fierce band to band struggle William wa a revolver and 1 lireJ poh.t blank at Mr. shot through the lung. Tho old man wa Aron, tho ball taking effect In tho region ot terribly clubbod. He Identified James K. the heart, killing blm almost In.iaiilly. In Marino, a tough character living In the neighborhood, a ono ot tbo burglar and bo was arretted " ' The large building used as a commissary department at Fort Lincoln. North Dakota, was burned with all Its content. - MURDER ON THE SEA. TUE JIISTCK OF A SHIP KILLED BY ONE OF 1I1S CUEW. Skipped wllh I,-irf Ainennt Geaerat Wired Kewa from All far la C Iho Couatrj. Mint the Captain. ' Tho L'nglUb color floated at half-matt from tho big steel four-masted ahip Buck ingham a It lay at anchor off lied loo's laluud.New York barltor. It hud fust arrived from Dundee, but Instead of CspU I.rall J Chief3lat Cbnst io walked the quarter- I dcckv With the union Jack as a winding ' sheet, aud many fathoms deep off tho Shot- J land Islands, lies the body of tho Caplauu He wa murdered Oct. 11, twoday after tbo I ship sailed out of Dundee harbor, by llbur.e j wan Dliuas a nativo of Calcutta, aud cook of the Hucklnguam. Ovt. 11 ho prepared no breakfast, aud be absolutely refused duty. Ciipt. I.yall waa iu the mess-room. He sent for Dtiaas, who at once blteycd. No ono saw him enter the mess-room, and no one know Just what pascd between Dbia aud the Captain. When 3lle Christie entered tbo mesa room the tint object that met bla eyes wa Bbazeman Dbaas. He sat glaring savagely at tlio Captalu, who lay as be bad fallen. Blood trickled from the Captain bead aud ran hi liny streams along tbo floor. There waa also a slab through Hie temple aud two s.ivngo cuts hi the top of bis bead aud a fourib above the right eye. Tho Captain was dead aud evidently bud been for some ! time. Dbaas confessed that bo bad done tbo killing. He will bo takcu to England for , trial. . Onne VTIlli a Itiff AiU'tunt. The discovery was made at one of the j banks In Saginaw, Mlcb., that two drafts' for ?300, drawn by Louis D. Sanborn, ac- J ccptcd by O'DonuolL Spencer & Co, and discounted by parties hi West Bay CityJ : bud been raised to 93,300 aud 94,300 rcspec- j lively. Subsequently It wa ascertained I that over 9"A000 In raised paper was afloat f and Sanborn' baud bad illegally increased it value. Then It was learned that Sun- : born fled from tbe city and bis whereabouts 1 are unknown, l'reviou to leaving be made an assignment lo bis mother, and. It I reported, mudo a contos-fon to bis lawyer. 1 Ho is GO years of age and wa the son ot ! George C. Sanborn, formerly one of the most prominent business mcu in that sec j tion. At hi death Louia luheriled a large' amount of money, which ha been invested I lu a silver luino in Colorado, vessel Inter- ! csts and timber. HI liabilities will exceed 9100,000 and bis asset nro meager. New Itllla Iter ore Congreaa. The following are among the new bill Introduced In (he House: j By Sir. Taylor, of Ohio Authorizing tho Secretary ot War to grant permission to any j water, steam, oil, gas, or electric company J to lay its mains, pipes and conduits ur.de! navigable streams, provided they do not iu-1 torfero wllh navigation. I By 3Ir. LeeTo' incorporate tho National J Conservatory of 3Iuslc of America. (A like bill was Introduced in the senate.) By Mr. Cheatham To provide for a re-, bato ot z cent per pound ou all original and unbroken factory package of smoking and manufactured tobacco and snuff held by manufacturers or dealer on Oct. 0, 18!K. I By Mr. Taylor To appropriate 94.oo0.0tK? ' for a new post-office end government build-' luj, combined. In Ch'ciigo. I A Savage Wninan, 31 rs. Bose SlartelL living in the Town ot Ijike, Chicago, shot and killed Patrick ' Brendan. Brenuau had been to tbo wo man' bouse all evening and both bad been drlnkliur considerably. They bad a quarrel 1 , and the killing wa tho. result. Mrs 3Iar 1 l tell fled imtuediutely after tho deed, and 1 was found at the Lake Shore yard in the ' company of bcr husband, who is a switch j man. ' When arrested sbo said bcr , husband bad told bcr to about anyone. who canto about the' boue during hi absence, ltrennan asked her for her money aud she shot biiu. Tbo deed was committed In tbo kitchen. Breu nan received two bullets In lbs forehead, bold entering at Iho same place. .Tbe woman does not bear a good reputa tion, and tbo police say that men are iu the habit of frequenting her louse. Sbo is locked up. r Murdered Ills Wife. At Gem, Browu County, g. D., Otto Gun. dcrson, a farmer, niurJcrcd hi wife. Tlio only evidence a lo the killing wa that ol the man himself. Ail altercation arose about an alleged improper intimacy be-, tween bis wife and mi Aberdeen man dur ! Ing her husband's con II n cm cut in uniting! tie nysliiin at Yankton several year ago. I From vords tin y came to blows. He filial ' iy seized a simmui uiiu mi. ucr u utun iu mo head that caused her death. MAltKET ItCI'0T. CHICAGO. Becve Extra I.4.VX&I.7UJ lb .. l,ood lo tinn y sieer .. I'our lo liivdiuiu lcor. Cow Ye.il Calve Miu-ii Cowa-ptr head. .. . .. lioos .Mlxel hiir.RF- -Sntlve Whkat Xo a Sprlnj .... CoitK No. ii Oats-No. II Potatoks per bushel 1'oci.Tur Chicken-, live, per ll Ducks. " Ttirtce, Bcttbb Chotco (irer.mcry , Low grades Cnccsc Knll Cream U!T tirades Eoas Fresh, rdoz. bT. Hkkvks Choice native llous Choice .... Miaar v hat No. it, Kud t ons No. a Oats...., MILWAUKEE. WnAT No. 8, lied L'OUN Oats DKTltOI'f. Wheat Xa t, l!cu . 3.4ij Mi ... ... 3.) ,.. I.2S-I S.!J .. .i.v'f MX) ,.. 9!).tM4 .iC .. a. i hi, 8.t j .. S..(4 t.M ... .1IJ .fiUft .. A do ... .70 ... Wt .. ,W .. .lUlft . ... .Ukft . il.KltS.t9 .. S.ftUi Sl.su . 4.((i. 5.: .. 1H(fr .VI .. . .& .41u -i ..I .001 .01 .. .'.( . .f.l .. .3 DO ,W .. .1011 .t5 .. M 4 Jvl .. .44 .11 ..sa.wiii.w .. l.i t.W .. . 0 3.. .. .tVI6 .01 .. .t .4' . 04Ti .'. Lous, KANSAS C1TV. iiEEve Grain and Com Fed.... bnems uras i(auk uoua. Wheat No. a"..,. Cokji No. a Oat No. a.; Murder mid lyiirliliitc In Mlilppl i . - Mr. Gus Aron was murdered at Koebuck Hie meantime isriui u ui.agmi m -,-,. , and hi absence Mux discovered a pos-o of colored people captured him, ami he wss swung lo a limb and bi body riddled with bullet. . Mr. Aron waa a native of Ger many, about S3 year old, MaMMMMMa-auaart . ' Tlie Nble Celt Dethroned. - Justin McCarthy la now the leader ot tho Irish parliamentary parly.- Mr. l'arnell , was deposed by a vote of 43 to 23 after ono of iho uiol exciting and stormy elonyel held by the Irish uioinber. Tbe motion lo retire Pamsll was present ed by Mr. Abraham, the proieatant home- , rule member for tho west division ot Lim erick. A letter bad previously been read from Mr. Gladstone In which the ex-premter agreed to confer In confidence aud good fallh with any other leader of the Irish party than M r. l'arnell. When Jlr. Abraham attempted to present bis resolution in proier form Paruell, who. continued to occupy the chair, obstinately refused to receive it. Mr. Abraham then banded the resolution tn 31 r. McCartby.wbo rose from bis seat and waa apparently about to read it, wbeu Mr. l'arnell, who through out tbe exciting scene remained atandiug, grasped tbo resolution from Mr. McCarthy' band, at the same time tying: I won't re ceive it!" ' : Mr. I'arnc'll and Mr. McCarthy stood ad dressing each other, but their word were rendered inaudible owing to the confuaiou and erica of Chair V "Order!'. Wbeu quiet .was restored Mr. Tamel! aaid: 'Until the party depose mo I am jour chairman." 31 r. McCarthy, Sr., withdrew from be conference, followed by forty-four mem bers the ablest and brightest men' of tho party, who, convening in another room, formally deposed l'arnell and named Mr. McCarthy as his successor. I . l'arnell ba lold hi friend that be will go to Ireland and constitute a national party. He speak a confidently ot carrying ( the country at tho general election. . Tbe Irish parliamentary fund, amouuting to 20,000, remains under tho control ct Mr. l'arnell, wltu the exception of 11,200, which i iu tbe bands of the treasurer. Suicided In J-ieer Way. A most aenaational suicldo occurred In a saloon on Washington avenue south, 31 in neapolla. William J. Bell, a commercial traveler for a Chicago and Toledo tobacco house, entered, walked up to the bar, and asked for and received a glass of whisky. Ho look the glass of liquor in bis hand and taking a acat at a table drank tbe beverage. Tbe proprietor and bystanders did not no tice anything special about the man until a moment later they beard blm grind tho glass between his teeth. Tbe witnesses ot tbi terrible performance were quite para lyzed over tbo spectacle, aud tor a moment did not attempt to Interfere with Bell' fooltdi act They wero more horrified still when they saw that the man wa awallowing tbe piece. When the performance wa finally stopped tbe greater portion ot tbo glass bad been devoured. A few minutes later the patrol w aon waa on ibe scene and tbo man quick ly removed to the city hospital. He suf fered terribly en route and died from In ternal hemorrhage before be could lo put to bed. The cause for tbo terrible deed waa the discovery that bi wife bad begun lead lug a life of sin, having been arrested In a house of bad repute. Bell waa almutSO year old and well conuectod in Chicago and Toledo. . . A Train TArsck. The south-bound Kansas City express on the Chicago aud Alton, while standing on the crossing at Jacksonville, I1L, was run into by a freight on the Wabash. The sleeper Malterhorn,' In which there were ; nine occupants, was standing directly on ibe crossing. Tho engino crashed through ' it, killing two mcu and severely Injuriug three other. The killed are: Fred Smith, 1'ekln, I1L; Judge James K. Kite, Kansaa City. The head and upper portion ot Mr. Smith's body were ground to Jelly. Judge Bite waa so dreadfully mutilated that It wat only by hi ticket and bi name printed on bla bat that be wa identified. The injured are: William Knight, terribly scalded; Jamc E. Clark, of Boston, cut about the head and back bruiiod; Edward Giles, New York, cut and bruised. The engineer aud fireman of the freight, seeing tue Impending danger, Jumped from their eugiur. At the Coroner' inquest it wa said that the freight wa runniug ten. to twelve miles an hour and that tbe rati were frosty and slippery. ' It wa impossl bio to bring the train to a standstill, though the crew worked faithfully. Fell flown the Ktevalor fttiaft. Isaac M. Jordan, a lawyer, fell down the elevs or In the Lincoln Inn Court, Cincin nati, w here bis ottico I located, and wa In- ' slantly killed. Mr. Jordan was talklug to a man who had Just left the elevator, and had hi band on the doorway, so that the boy, as bo went up with tbe eab, did not close the door entirely, 31 r. Jordau being ulnorbril in cniiveisntioll. did li ot know the cab had gone ' up, anil M opened tbe door -and stepped into the opn hatchway. HI fall was from tbe third floor to the base ment. His bead was crushed and dentil wa instantaneous. 31 r. Jordan represented tbe Second Ohio District in Congress from ISSo to l.v7 and declined a second reiiomiiialion. Ho leaves a widow, one sou, and two daughters. Tbe com is Immediately adjourned upon bearing of his tragic death. They Kill a llraperado. A shooting affray occurred at Navajo Springs, Ana., resulting in the death ot Bud Bluke. one of the most toured despera does in that section. Bluke roilo into town, and after filling up with tanglefoot pro ceeded to shoot right ami left. After ter rorizing tbe citizens be rode across the country lu Ibe direction of ft. Johns. He. encountered two telegraph operator. B. L. Alexanderand I'. 1- Cotton, returning from an antelope bunt. BidiiK up within fifty yard be called upon tbeni to throw Vf their bands, and received an Immediate re sponse In the shape of a volley from a Win Chester in tbe bands of Mr. Alexander and 31 r. Cotton's six-shooter, lllake was fatally wounded and died In a few niinula. Ralplhn-lnn Oaiaa awlft Knit Hard. J. 1). Karl and W. 1. Boydcis were run-, over by a cab driven by James Gilniore on Clark street, Chicago. The- eabmaav whipped up hi hore, but was followed by the two injured men in auotber cab. Tbe pursuit elided at Ontario nnd State streets, where Gilniore wa upset while turning the corner, and hi pacngcr,. Thomas llenly thrown out and the can: wtwlisil. Tim driver wns arrested for fast driving and fined f 50. Hill l'arnell Still He In-uder. Tho nationalist mcmb?; of tbo British' linusa or common met to fort her consider' the question ol iur. i'arncu leaurr-oip., 31 r. l'arnell occupied the chair and all tho Irish member at pres-nt hi London were hi attendance. After tbe meeting hud bcea called to order one of the member read tbe manlfesto Issued by the Catholio hierarchy,. In Ireland, declaring that In consequence of . the revelation of the 0'Sii-a divorce ease,' which convict Mr. l'arnell of one of tbe, gravest offenses known to religion and so-. cieiT, vaviioiie irrianu can uui wcii; ' n m leader a man wholly dishonored, and that . the continuance of Irfs leader-hip would imperil tbo cause of Ireland. Tbe reading of the manifesto was greeted with cheer ing. : 1 . . , Um prlsoaof,